Posts Tagged ‘artificial intelligence’

  • 06.27.2011

    Alan Turing Documentary

    Alan Turing was a complicated and eccentric genius – a man ahead of his time. In the 1930s, this British mathematician envisioned a digital world few others could imagine. During World War II, he broke the German naval Enigma code and helped Britain defeat the Nazis. As the father of computer science and a leading […]

  • 09.26.2010

    Red Light: Bill Vorn @ Nuit Blanche

    NUIT BLANCHE Opening on October 2nd 2010 from 7PM to 7AM as a part of  Nuit Blanche LABO 55 Mill Street, Studio 317 Distillery District, Toronto RED LIGHT is an interactive robotic environment which aims to question, reformulate and subvert the notions of behavior, projection and empathy that usually characterize the relationship between human beings […]

  • 09.16.2010

    VIDA 13.0 – Call for Submissions

    Fundación Telefónica announces the VIDA 13.0 Art & Artificial Life International Competition, which for the last twelve years has awarded prizes for artistic projects using technological mediums offering innovative approaches to research into artificial life. The projects may be based on systems which emulate, imitate or speculate on the notion of life through current research […]

  • 08.20.2010

    Reverse-Engineering of Human Brain Likely by 2020

    Reverse-engineering the human brain so we can simulate it using computers may be only a decade away, says Ray Kurzweil, artificial intelligence expert and author of the best-selling book The Singularity is Near. It would be the first step toward creating machines that are more powerful than the human brain. These supercomputers could be networked […]

  • 04.20.2010

    Stephen Wilson :: Art + Science Now

    Art + Science Now, the first illustrated survey of its kind, provides a dazzling overview of this new strand of contemporary art, showcasing the best international work produced since 2000. Featuring around 250 artists from around the world, it presents projects from body art to bioengineering, from music and computer-controlled video performances to large-scale visual […]